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of all, if george zimmerman tried to put out trayvon von martin's hands after she hot him, why were the hands under the body f. george zimmerman said trayvon mapp martin said you got me, how is that possible after being shot in the heart? listen to his explanation. >> even if i, right now, reached across, put my hand through your chest, grabbed your heart and ripped it out, you could stand there and talk to me for 10 to 15 seconds or walk over to me, because the thing that's controlling your move the and ability to speak is the brain, and that has a reserved supply of 10 to 15 seconds. >> reporter: that is powerful stuff, piers. you cannot argue with this guy's dee meaner, too. he was looking to the jury and telling them his explanation. >> the second thing that was, i thought, very significant was he testified that zimmerman's injuries also fit his account involving being stunned. tell me about this. >> reporter: oh, this is huge. if it's second-degree murder, they have to determine if these injuries were bad enough, that this defendant can say i feared for my life. they said those
passionate closing arguments from the prosecution. >> trayvon martin, he was staying, he was there legally. he hadn't broken in or trespassed. he was there legally. he bought skittles and water mel lean or iced tea or whatever. that was his crime. >>> six women, five mothers will decide if zimmerman murdered trayvon martin or acted in self-defense. the jury may consider the lesser charge of manslaughter. that's important for the state and they hammered at the notion the unarmed black teenager was the aggressor. >> why does this defendant get out of the car if he thinks that trayvon martin is a threat to him? why? why? because he's got a gun. he's got the equalizer. he's going to take care of it. he's a want to be cop. >> we begin with martin savidge outside the courthouse in sanford. martin, what a day. highly emotional that closing argument from the prosecutor. i found it gripping to watch, and i have to say, if i was a member of that jury, compelling. >> right. let me point out the closing statement differed from the opening statement. a physical blow when they delivered the string of cu
. a jury that today heard impartii impassioned closing arguments from the pruce. trayvon martin was there. he was there legally. he bought skittles or iced tea or whatever it's called. that was his crime. >> six women, five mothers, will decide if trayvon martin acted in self-defense. the judge said the jury may also consider the lesser charge of manslaughter. the state hammered away at the notion that the unarmed teen-ager was the aggressor. >> why does the defendant get out of the car if he thinks he's a threat to him? why? because he's got a gun. he's got the equalizer. he's got to take care of it. he's a wanna-be cop. >> sanford martin, what day. very, very dramatic, highly emotional, that closing argument from the prosecutor. i found it gripping to watch and i have to say if i was a member of that jury, very compelling. >> you're absolutely right. let me point out the significant difference between the way the closing statement by the prosecution differed from the opening statement. if you remember that, it was almost like a physical blow when they delivered that string of curse word
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